Matriculation System

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Matriculation System

College has two separate academic wings; one is for matric system and other for Cambridge system. Matric system has classes from VII to XII. The class rooms are designed for better learning environment. College has well equipped Chemistry, Physics, and Biology labs. We also have state of the art IT labs. Similarly college has English & Chinese language Labs. Two native Chinese Teachers are available for teaching Chinese language.


Hostels

There are eight hostels at the campus. These are called houses , named after the great personalities of national and regional importance, i.e. Jinnah House, Liaquat House, Ayub House, Latif House, Iqbal House, M.B.Qasim House, Shahbaz House and Sachal House.


HM & AHM

A housemaster, assisted by two assistant housemasters manages each house as per college rules and regulations. This team is responsible to prepare the cadets for Inter-House Competitions in all the three dimensions, i.e. Academic, Sports, and Co-curricular Activities for the general Championship Trophy.


College Appointments

With a view to train young cadets to shoulder responsibilities and exercise authority the college has devised a system of cadet appointment. Each House has a cadet captain, two senior leading cadets, two leading cadets, two junior leading cadets and two kellick Cadets. And cadet captain sports looks after sports side. While the Chairman Honour Committee and the Chief Cadet Captain are the college appointments.


Medical Facilities

As already mentioned, there is a sick bay looked after by a qualified doctor and competent staff. In addition to the general treatment given to the cadets, preliminary vaccines against Typhoid, Cholera, Tetanus, Hepatitis-B are given. As and when required, cadets are referred to specialist according to their requirements. (Medical, Eye, ENT, Surgical Specialists and Dental Surgeon of the CMH Hyderabad and Liaquat Medical University of Health and Sciences Hospital at Jamshoro or Hyderabad). The expenses for such consultation / treatment are borne by parents and debited to their sons accounts.